WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Chase Bank is closing its main Warren branch at 106 E. Market St. downtown and will consolidate with its branch at 116…
Students should be focused on learning, not worried about paying for college, Michael Drake said during his formal installation ceremony.
Emergency workers took a 15-year-old suspect to the hospital, saying he was throwing up and appeared drunk.
Molina was convicted of third-degree murder and sentenced to 20 to 40 years but won a new trial based on a prosecutor’s remarks.
In a chaotic scene, people hid in bathrooms at the Eye Medical Clinic and were seen climbing from the windows of the ground level building a…
While not legally binding, the policies likely will decrease the number of businesses willing to sell such lethal injection drugs to prison …
The car, which belongs to the Clay County Health Department, ended up in a ditch and sustained significant damage after being hit by the air…
In addition to the $25 million in actual damages, the lawsuits seek unspecified punitive damages and ask for a jury trial.
California Highway Patrol investigators were trying to determine why Vasquez was on the freeway, said Officer Chris Baldonado.
Authorities in Delaware County charged 27-year-old Tyaina Finch of Glenolden with first- and third-degree murder.
U.S. Route 422 in Warren will be widened and resurfaced as part of a $3.5 million project by the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Federal authorities say 45-year-old Mollie Parsons was recently indicted on four counts of health care fraud.
Judge Algenon Marbley has ordered attorneys from both sides to meet with him Wednesday afternoon.
The 11-day siege was one of the deadliest prison riots in U.S. history, leaving one guard and nine inmates dead.
Authorities say two people have been found dead in a Philadelphia-area residence.
A seven-member committee will review the proposals and make recommendations to the city’s Board of Control.
The Ohio Department of Transportation said on Thursday, traffic likely will go down to one lane until the fall.
Baseball’s average was approximately $50,000 in 1976.
This is the third arrest of a Crimson Tide football player in four days.
Newman was one of four drivers to have his tires taken by NASCAR after the March 22 race at Fontana.